English Reviews (Reviews Total Language : 336 reviews)
“Long waiting time at Lunch time on Saturday ”
Here is so famous Restaurant for Morioka cold noodle. We waited 50min at lunch time on Saturday. Yakiniku BBQ is good. But it’s standard. Morioka Cold Noodle is tasty. Soup is good taste and noodle is chewy.
Visited March 2018
“Join the queue for a Korean treat! ”
Reimen or 冷麺 may be a Korean import but don't say that to the people of Morioka because they guard their noodles with pride, and this three-storey institution is a popular hit with the locals. Queues tend to form as early as 5 p.m. but because the restaurant boasts three storeys, you wouldn't have t...o wait very long. Most patrons go for the reimen but the restaurant also offers some interesting adaptations of other Korean fare. And they keep it pretty authentic as well! Order a pot of makkeoli and seafood chijimi/pancake (or in Korean, 해물파전) to complete your reimen experience.
Visited May 2017
“Try it for sure when in Morioka”
Try the cold Korean style noodle. Try their Anmitsu dessert; they will give you memorable experience. Friendly service and all well systematic even during busy times.
Visited August 2016
“Light on Sake”
Usually in Japan when you order sake they fill the glass until it overflows..... Here they just fill the glass and don't let it overflow.
Visited August 2015
“Nice Korean style food in morioka ”
We had 40 minutes spare between trains so decided to eat at this restaurant which is in front of the station. There was a line to be seated. But the service was very efficient and accommodating when we mentioned we had a train to catch. Food was good and noodle was chewy. We had both the cold and th...e warm noodle soup and they were both good but the cold noodle was definitely better with watermelon and kimchee combined. Reasonably priced at 650 and 850 yen.
Visited June 2015